Who has the most trade value in baseball? We’ll show you below. Our list is ranked from highest to lowest, using the surplus value column on the right. Want to know who has the lowest trade value? Just flip the arrow next to “Surplus” and the list will reverse. You can also sort it by other variables.

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1Julio Rodriguez23MajorsCF13549.9262.2287.8
2Ronald Acuna Jr.26MajorsOF5321.585236.5
3Michael Harris23MajorsCF724367176
4Spencer Strider25MajorsSP6266.491175.4
5Bobby Witt Jr.24MajorsSS7299.7141158.7
6Yordan Alvarez27MajorsDH5240.9107.2133.7
7Fernando Tatis, Jr.25MajorsOF13479.5346.6132.8
8Corbin Carroll23MajorsOF7219.7108.8111
9Gunnar Henderson23Majors3B5187.683.5104.1
10Austin Riley27Majors3B9291.219794.2
11Elly De La Cruz21Majors3B6109.715.694.1
12Jackson Holliday19MinorsSS00091.8
13George Kirby26MajorsSP5163.872.791.1
14Mookie Betts31MajorsOF9306.3219.387
15Jose Ramirez31Majors3B5191.410586.4
16Luis Robert26MajorsCF4144.867.577.3
17Logan Webb27MajorsSP5165.89075.8
18Adley Rutschman26MajorsC4146.971.975
19Royce Lewis25Majors3B5133.359.374
20Eury Perez20MajorsSP6114.842.372.5

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